A: Thank you for coming.
B: You're welcome. What's the problem?
A: I have a leaky pipe.
B: Where exactly is the pipe?
A: The pipe is behind a wall in my bathroom.
B: How long has the pipe been leaking?
A: It began leaking a couple of days ago.
B: I must tell you that in order to get to the pipe, I must tear down that wall.
A: I know.
B: That won't be a problem?
A: Not as long as it gets fixed.
B: All right, I will start working now.
A: Thank you for coming so quickly.
B: No problem. What's wrong?
A: A pipe in my apartment is leaking.
B: Where is the pipe?
A: The pipe is in my bathroom.
B: Can you tell me how long the pipe has been leaking?
A: The pipe has been leaking for a couple days.
B: You do realize that I will need to rip down your wall to get to the pipe, right?
A: Yes, I'm aware of that.
B: Is that all right?
A: I just need the problem fixed.
B: I'll get started on it now.
A: I'm glad you could make it.
B: It's my job. What can I help you with?
A: I think a pipe burst in my apartment.
B: In what room is this pipe?
A: You'll find the pipe in my bathroom.
B: When did the pipe start leaking?
A: It's been leaking for a couple of days now.
B: I will need to tear down that wall to fix that pipe.
A: I understand.
B: You're fine with that?
A: I just want the problem taken care of.
B: Okay. I will begin working on it now, if you'd like.
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